post-title Listen to a Heart Beat | Group show | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 23.05.-11.07.2020

Listen to a Heart Beat | Group show | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 23.05.-11.07.2020

Listen to a Heart Beat | Group show | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 23.05.-11.07.2020

Listen to a Heart Beat | Group show | Galerie Thomas Schulte | 23.05.-11.07.2020

until 11.07.| #2745ARTatBerlin | Galerie Thomas Schulte currently shows the exhibition Listen to a Heart Beat with works by Dieter Appelt, Angela de la Cruz, Paula Doepfner, Rebecca Horn, Alfredo Jaar, Maria Loboda, Michael Müller, Yoko Ono and Francesca Woodman.

While the artists use different approaches and mediums, the works on display all share an atmosphere of reclusion, fragility, disorientation, timelessness and a search for sanity—sentiments we are all experiencing at the moment. Thus, the works complement Allan McCollum’s installation Everything is Going to be OK, with its theme of consolation, which is simultaneously on view in the gallery’s Corner Space.

ART at Berlin - Courtesy of Galerie Thomas Schulte - Rebecca Horn 1990
Rebecca Horn, The Lover’s Bed, 1990
2-Part Work, Iron Bed Frame, Butterfly Wings, Metal Constructions,
Motors, Photo Bed: 116 x 191 x 121 cm | 45 2/3 x 75 1/4 x 47 2/3 in
Photo, framed: 53.5 x 63.7 x 3 cm | 21 x 25 x 1 1/4 in

Exhibition period: Saturday, 23rd May – Saturday, 11th July 2020

Zur Galerie Thomas Schulte

 

Exhibition Listen to a heart beat – Galerie Thomas Schulte | Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin | Contemporary Art | Exhibitions Berlin Galleries | ART at Berlin

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